SB 248: Oil and gas extraction chemicals—underground injection

 
CLCV Supported
Passed Senate 22-18 (6/4/2015)
Held in Assembly Suspense File

SB 248 would have prohibited the disposal of oil and gas wastewater into unlined pits that threaten groundwater. It would also have required that only chemicals with complete health and safety data could be used in oil and gas extraction methods that require underground injection, and that their identities and properties would be publicly disclosed.

Senator Party Vote
Ben Allen D
Good
Good
Joel Anderson R
Bad
Bad
Patricia Bates R
Bad
Bad
Jim Beall D
Good
Good
Tom Berryhill R
Bad
Bad
Marty Block D
Good
Good
Anthony Cannella R
Bad
Bad
Kevin de León D
Good
Good
Jean Fuller R
Bad
Bad
Ted Gaines R
Bad
Bad
Cathleen Galgiani D
Bad
Bad
Steve Glazer D
Good
Good
Isadore Hall D
Good
Good
Loni Hancock D
Good
Good
Edward P. Hernandez D
Bad
Bad
Bob Hertzberg D
Good
Good
Jerry Hill D
Good
Good
Ben Hueso D
Good
Good
Bob Huff R
Bad
Bad
Hannah-Beth Jackson D
Good
Good
Ricardo Lara D
Good
Good
Mark Leno D
Good
Good
Connie Leyva D
Bad
Bad
Carol Liu D
Good
Good
Mike McGuire D
Good
Good
Tony Mendoza D
Bad
Bad
Holly Mitchell D
Good
Good
Bill Monning D
Good
Good
John Moorlach R
Bad
Bad
Mike Morrell R
Bad
Bad
Janet Nguyen R
Bad
Bad
Jim Nielsen R
Bad
Bad
Richard Pan D
Good
Good
Fran Pavley D
Good
Good
Richard Roth D
Good
Good
Sharon Runner R
Bad
Bad
Jeff Stone R
Bad
Bad
Andy Vidak R
Bad
Bad
Bob Wieckowski D
Good
Good
Lois Wolk D
Good
Good

No Assembly action was taken on this item.

This item did not end up on the Governor's desk; therefore, he could not sign or veto it.

 
 
 

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